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Updated News from Radisson Seven Seas Cruises

Only Luxury Vessel to Sail in Caribbean, Summer 2003:
Wine & Spirits, Shipboard Gratuities Also Included

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL., March 21, 2003 - Radisson Seven Seas Cruises will extend the twin-hull Radisson Diamond's® Caribbean season with 13 new seven- to 14-night voyages April through July. The small-ship luxury program offers an ideal venue for first-time cruisers seeking a relaxing, casually elegant introduction to luxury cruising, as the acclaimed 350-guest vessel cruises conveniently close to home this spring and summer. See Cruise News for details.

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises Introduces New Itineraries & Services Fleetwide and Opens Booking for Seven Seas Voyager

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL - In 2002, Radisson Seven Seas Cruises will introduce new itineraries and services throughout its acclaimed luxury fleet and begin to take bookings for the 700-guest, all balcony-suite Seven Seas Voyager, whose maiden voyage is scheduled for April 1, 2003. Also new in 2002, the Paul Gauguin and Radisson Diamond will offer butler service in top suites; the Seven Seas Mariner will sail her first Europe season; the Seven Seas Navigator will offer a 68-night "Circle South Pacific" voyage; and Song of Flower will ply a southern transatlantic route en route to spending her winter 2002/03 season in South America. See Cruise News for details.

Radisson Seven Seas Voyager Set to Debut March 2003

Jan 2002 - Radisson Seven Seas Cruises' 700-passenger Seven Seas Voyager is scheduled to debut in March 2003. Inaugural sailings are planned for western Europe and the Baltic, featuring Mediterranean ports in June, September, October, and November and Baltic ports in July and August. Bookings for the newest vessel in the Radisson fleet will open in the summer of 2002. See Cruise News for details.

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